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New face covering requirements

As a result of the pandemic related to the novel coronavirus (nCoV-2019), the Government of Canada has put in place a new obligation for travellers and employees at Canadian airports. Please see the YUL bulletin below. – 2020-022-masques-covid-19 The health and safety of everyone is a priority and every effort is made to protect you. […]
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COVID-19 Status Report (Coronavirus)

ADM Aéroports de Montréal is keen to provide members of the YUL airport community with relevant information from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Quebec Public Health Agency on the state of the situation for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and on the measures to be taken for employees and/or for the traveling public […]
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November 7 and 8: Fire drill and Emergency exercise

For your information, please read the following bulletins regarding two exercises that will take place this Wednesday 7 and Thursday, November 8. – November 7 Bulletin – November 8 Bulletin

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Directive – Cannabis Act

With the upcoming Cannabis Act, in effect as of October 17, 2018, please read Aéroports de Montréal’s directive regarding cannabis use which was shared with airport community partners on October 5. Click on the following link to consult the directive: Directive – Cannabis.

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Montréal–Trudeau: Meeting the growth challenge

Aéroports de Montréal is committed to meeting the expectations of the coming generations of passengers, and to building an airport that Montrealers will take pride in. And we intend to meet the growth challenge! In the next few years, Montréal-Trudeau will see some major changes. Philippe Rainville, ADM’s President and Chief Executive Officer, describes in an […]
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